Videos

Here is a selection of videos about Martin.
I’ve been adding more about me and my work in the area through 2014 and since I was elected in May that year.

In 2015 I was successful in a collaboration gaining some funding  to help people in fuel debt:
https://vimeo.com/126971540

A short video about what I would like to see in the ward:

at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvPImLBvmcg

Thanks to Jimmy Cape for this video –  his website is jimmycape.com.

 

This brief documentary was made about me and won a prize for the best short film in 2013:

It was made as a short student degree documentary, and won the Bristol One World short film competition in 2013. It was produced by  @elizabethethird – her website is at:  elizabeththethird.wordpress.com

 

Another video about what I’d like to see in the ward, including how all of Bristol can benefit in the long term from the city being European Green Capital 2015:

Here at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c5gOFjeJlY

 Thanks to Jimmy Cape for this video –  his website is jimmycape.com.

 

I also helped Triodos Bank, the locally based ethical bank with a promotional video. This is here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgtJvNebHK4

 

My eductional project, MakeyourhomeEco, about saving energy at home is described in this short video, also from Elizabth Mizon:

The initiative I set up has its own blog, here at: http://makeyourhomeeco.wordpress.com/

 

Some of my work with local traders  is described in this video about the Traders’ Food waste and Recycling project which I developed for groups of small cafes and restaurants:

Following a request to assist a local cafe I developed a food waste and recycling scheme specification suited to the needs and issues for a cluster of local traders in Stokes Croft, Bristol. This led to a recommended contractor who best met the service requirements of the traders. The system was subsequently extended to other similar local businesses in the old city of Bristol who, on their own, could not secure a service suited to their needs, and some on Gloucester Road.
The contractor has since sold the collection business to another company, but the service continues. The principle of facilitating a solution that meets business, community and environmental needs for a cluster of local small businesses who on their own could not find a suitable service is applicable to many areas.

Some of the work was supported by Bristol Green Capital Community Challenge Fund, and Business West’s Go Green resource efficiency project.

The video was produced by  @elizabethethird – her website is at:  elizabeththethird.wordpress.com

 

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